Why: As consumer devices, including tablets, are brought into the enterprise by employees in greater numbers, IT departments must consider how they will approach this mobile technology shift. Organizations must assess their options: making a consumer-owned machine safe for enterprise use or buying new devices for employee use. Critical factors must be evaluated in this decision, including how to incorporate mobile management strategies and security requirements, while balancing the needs and wants of the user. Spearheading Tekserve’s B2B operations, Hart has assisted Fortune 1000 companies in successfully implementing tablets for the enterprise. As a panelist, he will offer best practices for incorporating employee-owned tablets versus company-purchased devices, effective device management and security and strategies to drive corporate IT and executive adoption across industries.
Who: With more than 25 years of experience in sales and operations of business-to-
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When: The conference will take place on Friday, April 27, 2012. The panel discussion, “Love me, love my tablet: Should businesses let workers bring their own or buy enterprise-friendly devices?” is planned for 9:30 a.m. ET.
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